Kimberly
Online Facilitator
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    Hello – We’re fellow patients and not allowed to interpret labs, but in general, having TSH that is too low along with T3 & T4 that are normal is referred to as “subclinical hyperthyroidism”. Depending on your personal situation (age, symptoms, risk of heart complications), the doctor might recommend treatment or might take a “watch and wait” approach and retest in a few weeks to see if T3 & T4 are out of range. The antibody tests that are specific to Graves’ and TRAb and TSI (sometimes called TBII). Hopefully, you will get some clarity at your doctor’s visit – please check in to let us know how it goes!